Help your young learners explore the Inkan architectural tradition with our activity bundle, Let’s Record the Buildings of the Inka. This bundle is an introduction to Inkan buildings, such as houses, and also includes fun mathematical exercises, which focus on conversion of common measurement units, such as centimetres and metres, as well as calculating perimeter and area.
This 15-page bundle is part of Ancient Explorer’s Let’s Record series. This series aims to introduce children to the principles of archaeology. Its aim is to introduce children to the techniques and methods archaeologists use to record objects and places.
Let’s Record the Buildings of the Inka includes:
- A brief introduction to the Inkan architectural tradition, with focus on residential buildings.
- A summary of the Inkan measurement system.
- Summary of conversion rules for common measurement units, such as mm, cm and m.
- Exercises to practise conversion of common measurement units, and calculating perimeter.
- A problem-solving exercise to practice conversion and calculating area.
- Links and references to additional educational resources, such as books.
This bundle is ideal for students in grades 4 to 6.
The resource is a downloadable and compressed PDF file.
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